The Adventure Travel Show 2014: half price tickets
Olympia, 25-26 January 2014
Monday 16 December 2013
This is your chance to immerse yourself in a weekend of Adventure travel inspiration and discover amazing off the beaten track travel experiences. The biggest collection of specialist travel operators under one roof will be on hand to offer advice on everything from walking and trekking, epic journeys, exploratory travels and exclusive expeditions to safaris, overland trips, life-changing volunteering projects and much more.
Show Features and Highlights
Meet Sir Ranulph Fiennes and listen to over 100 FREE TALKS
Meet the “world's greatest living explorer" Sir Ranulph Fiennes and listen to over 100 other FREE inspirational talks in 4 theatres from adventurers, industry experts, guide book writers and expedition leaders who will help you uncover your perfect adventure. The show is famed for its incredible talk line-ups, and 2014’s will be the biggest and best yet. Sir Ranulph Fiennes will be speaking within the Adventure Auditorium at 11am on Saturday 25th January 2014.
Visitors can explore the ‘Discover Africa’ feature – dedicated to one of the world most beguiling continent, this feature is designed to provide you with the information you need to plan the African adventure of a lifetime.
Adventure Planning Seminar**
Thinking of undertaking the ultimate travel challenge of a self-organised trip? New for 2014 is the Adventure Planning Seminar - plan your own adventure with the help of a panel of world-renowned expedition planners. On hand to offer essential advice and guidance at this specialist seminar, the experts can ensure you make the most out of a self-organised trip with preparation and logistics. Whether it be by vehicle, motorbike, cycle, horseback, walking or flying, on your own or part of a small group – this is not to be missed.
Travel Writing and Travel Photography Seminars**
Visitors can also opt to take part in the Travel Writing and Travel Photography Seminars** in conjunction with Wanderlust Travel Magazine. If you would like to learn how to fund your passion for adventure by exploring routes into the travel media, or simply brush up on your skills - with expertise from the magazine's founder Lyn Hughes and editor Phoebe Smith, the seminars are perfect for both beginners and professionals looking to make their work as powerful as possible.
As the UK’s foremost travel event for people who like something a little different from their trips, The Adventure Travel Show is an essential date in every traveller’s diary – it’s where your adventure begins…
Half price show tickets at £5 (£10 on the door) are available to readers until 24 January 2014. To book, visit adventureshow.com or call 0871 230 7159* and quote ' INDY5'
Please visit www.adventureshow.com for full talk timetables, exhibitor listings and show details.
Terms and conditions
*Calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras.
**Seminar tickets are individually priced, please see www.adventureshow.com for more details.
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